The reason we have a PDF format of Sales Quotes exists is maiinly due to printing requirements, the interactive web page format of the QuoteCloud sales quote, generally do not print as well as a PDF document. For this reason, QuoteCloud automatically created a PDF version of you sales quote every time you hit the Save button in the Sales Quote editor.
The two main differences between the PDF and web page version of your sales quote are:
1. in teh PDF format, content is organised to fit on to an A4 page for printing, whereas the web page version simply scrolls vertically in one nice flow.
2. PDF files are able to have a page header and footer, because they are organised into pages for printing.
Adding Page Breaks
Given that PDF files are organised into A4 pages, we need to consider how your sales quote content looks when split in to pages, it may make sense to iforce a page break in your sales quote and logical points. Much the same as you would when working in MS Word documents.
The force a page break follow these simple steps.
Forcing Page Breaks in Content Blocks
Edit or create a new sales quote, then add a content block , in the example shown below we have added a Text Block, but the same mechanism for adding page breaks exists for all types of content blocks, ie images, videos, spreadsheets, text, video, esignature, etc.